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. san francisco voters will use it to elect most local officials by selecting a first choice candidate in the first column on the ballot and deborah second and third choice candidates in the second and third columns resect to do -- respectively. this makes it possible to elect local officials with the majority of votes. more than 50% without the need for a second runoff election. in san francisco, ranked choice of voting is for the election of members of the board of supervisors, the mayor, sharon, just -- district attorney, city attorney, treasurer, this is a recorder, and public defender. ranked joyce voting does not apply to elections for local school and community college board members. number the election of state or federal officials. ranked choice of voting does not affect the adoption ballot measures. when voters received their ballot, either at a polling place or an absentee ballot in the mail, it will consist of multiple cards. voters will receive cards with contests for federal and state offices, as well as for state propositions and local ballot measures. for ranked choice
. but i think also a great kudos has to happen to our partners, both locally, regionally, and the federal government. we could not have done this without the 9-1/2 million dollars of recovery monies that we got through the federal government. we have herb schultz here from the department of human services federal government. they've been really at the forefront with us. certainly dan bernel representing leader pelosi. she has been really a stalwart fighter. when everybody was cutting funds, she preserved that money for us. and, of course, i've got to put out a big, big thanks to president obama because without that recovery money, we wouldn't be here talking about this today. so, thank you, president obama. (applause) >> and leader pelosi, federal partners working with our local folks here. that's how we get these things done. and then i want to just give a special shout out to dr. colvax who is here. i know he gave such you an incredible dedication when he was the head of the hiv unit while he was here. we're changing stories now that he's at the head of the national office on hiv policy
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local drivers may be asked to pay even more. take a welcome at the recent changes. the prices went up 4 cents a gel gallon in d.c. one price hasn't changed. it's been twenty years since maryland raised the state gas tax and montgomery county is in dire need of transportation funding. the condition council met with business leaders today, one of the hot topics, a possible county wide gas tax. lauren demarco has that story. >> when i pulled up and i saw $4.09, oh my goodness. >> steadily increasing for the last seven weeks. it's unlikely maryland legislators would agree to an increase on the state's gas tax. the president of the montgomery county council wants to take the matter into his own hands. >> if the state does not have the political will to do this, i'm saying local governments, like montgomery county, has to be able to move forward on their own. >> roger wants the state to give county lawmakers the authority to raise g taxes. the county would retain 100% of the revenue. with funding going toward road improvement projects and public transportation like the purple line and th
impact your morning rush. we >> you ar>> you are watching wbal tv 11. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at 5:00. >> i am stan stovall. good morning. welcome back. i am stan stovall. i am mindy basara. >> it is not starting out a very nice. we have low clouds, fog, drizzle. keep that in mind. visibility might be down. it is 55 at the airport. humidity 100%. that is why we have the fog and drizzle. that should break up. we will get sunshine going into the afternoon. that will allow the tartar to shoot up to 70. it will turn out to be a nice day. when i come back, we will check the forecast for new york. if you are getting on a train and going up, it seems like the rain is falling the orioles. it is chasing them. >> be prepared for the fog and drizzle as you head out. not causing any problems at the moment, thankfully. if your traveling, just past west road, we have construction in place. and further into the rush, it may cause delays in the right lane. otherwise 62 as you make your way on the west side outer loop. not bad on 70 toward 29. problem free on 95 through a howa
is crucial to how al qaeda is evolving and the way it is using local insurgencies. before i went to yemen, some colleagues encouraged me to look at the drone issue, as well. not just a question of how al qaeda interfaces with indigenous tribes. there were two arguments. the human rights committee was making the arguments that drone strikes are the approximate cost of al qaeda's effort in yemen. there are numbers to back that. the operational capacity since 2009. on the national security side, i had colleges said, let's figure out if our drone strikes are helping us to deal with a terrorist challenge. when i got to yemen, i interviewed for the tribal and religious leaders. i found both of these narratives we had in washington, that the drone strikes helping us set up in yemen and they are causing the growth of al qaeda in yemen had no relation to what is happening on the ground. what i did find is that al qaeda's recruiting is not driven by a u.s. drone strikes. not ideology or religion. it is driven by desperation. yemen's live in $60 economies. in a region that is cut off from the rest o
fiscal jegeneral de la nación hizo esto, víctimas de fraude y quiénes los engengañaron, a nivel local la oficina del condado de los Ángeles encuentra caso tras caso. >> es complicado el problema y más que todo lo que hacen a las gentes víctimas de estás estafas. >> persona ven en internet para ayudar a durdz. >> contra 530 ind vi kdwos que habían estafado a muchos y muchos de los fraudes dicen ayudar a campos de tarifas bajas y víctimas para el temor de perder sus casas lo hacen. >> definitivamente es un paso en la dirección yescorrecta y tamb indica que hay miles de familias que están sin asistencia para ellas y las familias están propensas a caer en manos de estás personas. >> osvaldo univisión. >> en seguida algunos jóvenes tienen un regalo del gobierno federal. >> como evitar incendios en estados unidos. >> murió el lider de los zetas. >> no olvide votar el próximo 6 de noviembre, en contra costa m planean hacer refuerzos en las skoou sku escuelas. >> la medida a del condado de santa clara que elísi impuesto aumente y el impuesto seria de un 8. 1%. >> recuerde que solo
, the commander of a local militia warned americans about their deteriorating security conditions in libya. >>> the supreme court is taking up the issue of a affirmative action at universities -- of affirmative action at universities. the plaintiff says she was denied admission to the university of texas because she is white. danielle nottingham has more now from capitol hill. >> reporter: the supreme court is once again deciding whether race should be a factor in college admissions. abigail fisher sued the university of texas claimed she was denied a spot partly because she is white. fisher's supporters say there are ways colleges can promote diversity without considering race. >> we think that colleges and universities throughout the country can institute race neutral admission criteria, especially using economic disadvantage to give students a leg up. >> reporter: texas has a law called the 10% plan. it guarantees admission to all students in the top 10% of their class regardless of race. after those students are admitted, the university of texas uses other factors, including test score
on frederick county government and covered the local equestrian community. the sheriff's office is working with the fbi to solve the murder mystery. >>> metro blames stolen electronics for a spike in its latest crime report. the transit agency says crime is up almost 7% between january and now compared to last year. 79% of reported cases involve property damage, such as car break-ins, thefts, and arson. the other 21% include robbery, assault, rape, and homicide. those cases were reported at the anacostia rail spags. that was covered by college park and gallery place. >>> tomorrow the transit agency will hear plans to accommodate the inauguration crowd. metro plans to create a specially priced commemorative smart trip card. riders will have to pay peak time fares despite inauguration falling on the martin luther king holiday. >>> kwame brown will learn his fate next month on felony bank fraud charges. until then, the former d.c. council chairman must follow a strict sur fcurfew and other st rules. the judge set a curfew of 11:30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. for brown. brown was ordered to return to co
>> announcer: abds now and now, this is news 4 at 11:00. >> tonight, at 11:00, a local teenager tormented by bullies. they didn't even back down even though a tv camera was rolling. >> a woman found dead in her home. it was murder. >> dramatic video as severe weather rolls in and a homeowner runs for cover. >> our top story tonight, a maryland high school student berated by bullies. the latest attack was caught on tape. now he's speaking out and calling for changes within the frederick county school system. erica gonzalez has our report. >> reporter: this 15-year-old is your typical teenager. nowadays, he doesn't really look forward to going to brunswick high school in frederick county, maryland. he says he was being bullied during gym class last week, so he fought back. he got suspended, and his attacker, he says, didn't. >> the kids need the right consequence so they know not to do it again. >> reporter: that's not where this story ends. preston was getting ready to do an interview when he was attacked in front of the reporter. here he is dodging traffic just before getting pu
connected to the scandal. >> we have much more coming just ahead. including a controversy at a local college campus. see why some -- why a high- ranking member is off the job. >> would you pay extra to eat dinner at a certain time? see where that might start to happen. >> a former nfl star turned actor. we will look back at the life of alex callas. >> a local reporter dies in a fire. coming up, find out >> the mother of a reporter who shot and killed us talking about it. >> she was found in her burning home and was killed by a gunshot to the neck. no one has been arrested in this case. we've got this story from our newsroom. >> very difficult to put into words what this mother is going through, but when she got word that her daughter had been shot to death, she said that was horrifying. >> i don't think a day goes by that i don't think ever. >> she now has only memories of a daughter she loved dearly, ripped out of her life three months ago. the 48-year-old reporter for the "winchester star" was found dead in her burned out home in virginia. now i newly released autopsy
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here in san francisco is a major cash cow for local government. they raise close to $200 million in revenue from parking here and the variable meters in my opinion is just another gimmick. it parks close to $6 an hour to park at a meter on any given day it's ridiculous. i am opposed to the variable rate meters and would take the residential permit one step further and allow those people to be allowed to use the parking permits to park on meters in shopping areas so i would propose that i am definitely opposed to send meters and saturday meters. it's a deterrent to patronizing small business. >> okay. the resulting economy has resulted in internet base for short term rentals and many of the rentals are illegal and the hotel tax is not collected. should the city legalize some or all of the arrangements and collect a hotel tax and we will begin with you -- i will be glad to repeat the question. >> i honestly don't know how you would enforce a law like that. of course everyone should pay their fair share but i don't know how you could enforce that. i believe we should standardize th
communities of color. we have approximately 70% local hire participation. it is an outreach program for the stuff we do. it is about 30% to 40% residents of the southeast environmental justice neighborhoods that. is something we'd want to get pluged in with sfpuc as soon as possible. one other question, because we are trying to answer it at our commission, a question that's come up. we have talked a lot about the board's concerns that the staff presentation had highlighted around the board's concerns, but we know the mayor said let's move forward with the program. he didn't sign or didn't veto the legislation. we are wondering if there are any thoughts the mayor expressed about going forward for your department and ours and maybe your commission knows it because we have been trying to find out as well. so excited, thanks. >> thank you. >> mr. brooks. >> good afternoon, commissioner. eric burkes representing san francisco green party and local grassroots organization, our city. to back up what commissioner arsay said, the advocates are concerned about this issue of making sure the p
the middle class. >> how about state and local income taxes? that's another run right there. there are so many, jared. it's just simpson/bowles. why didn't your president -- why didn't he take up the simpson/bowles and run with it? >> this is an important point, jared. jared, let's focus on this, what arthur is saying. everybody in town, everybody in washington has a romney-like tax reform plan, whether it's the brookings tax policy center, they have one. >> he has a 28% -- >> you have simpson/bowles, and now you have the romney plan. your man's the only guy who thinks tax reform means higher tax rates. you're the only one. >> can i please respond here? >> i want you to. >> in every single budget he has produced, there has been a cap on itemized deductions for people above $250,000. they can only deduct the 28%, not 35% or 39%. and it raises half a trillion dollars over ten years. it's in every one of his budgets. please don't tell me it's not. i can show you where it is. >> arthur laffer, explain this to me. >> the key here is lowering rates. jared, i do agree with you, we need to raise
government, but hesitated to make decisions and were forced to rely upon local and tribal militias of varying degrees of loyalty. in late spring, the police were allowed to return to work to help with traffic, but were limited to that only. fighting between militias was common. militias separated -- they appeared to be disintegrating into freelance criminal operations. targeted attacks against westerners were increasing. in june, the ambassador received a threat on facebook with a public announcement he would like to run around the embassy compound in tripoli. when i arrived in february, three teams were on the ground. ambassador katz was forced -- lost one of his teams. the ambassador struggled with renewing the sst beyond april 5. that is ambassador stevens. the second msd team was withdrawn after the departure of critz. restricted from performing security work only and limited only to train local guard force members in july. the remaining msd was withdrawn at the same time the sst was terminated. the security in benghazi was a struggle and remained a struggle throughout my time there. the
local criminal justicy system is -- isn't set up to deal and to focus on the most serious5,px crimes. but we don't want to let those serious crimes go, and say they don't relate to the duties of office, just because they're more serious than our local criminal justice system tends to focus onoq%vdú> is it more appropriate to look at it from the perspective that the sheriff oversees violence programs and offenders or that a deputy sheriff or police officer who committed domestic violence in the same circumstances would be treated in x way. i think those are both appropriate considerations. as i said i think both lenses offer helpful information. and i don't think it's a choice really between either or. you have to consider the nature of the misconduct and how it relates to the duties of)rc$xff. and in this particular case frankly the sheriff isn't just like any line deputy, right? the sheriff should be held to a profession would be held to a higher standard than a line deputy. so a line deputy, who might merely be suspended for a particular offense, if someone higher up in th
and the allowing of competition within telecommunications market, where it wasn't just local phone service by pac bell anymore. long distance and local phone service competition was an opt-in type of program. there was dissatisfaction with the amount of penetration that was achieved by competitors when that market was attempted to be opened up. so i think that influenced the thinking of the policymakers at the -- in the assembly and senate oversight committees that oversee electric telecommunications issues, because those are combined committees. back in 2002, when that happened, that is my recollection of the formation and dialogue that was happening at that time. that doesn't preclude us. the opt-out requirements don't preclude us from having a preenrollment phase, a phase that allows us to say, hey, this is the program we are proposing. who wants in. we can certainly do that. we are planning to do that, commissioner, so that as part of our education and notification we are really talking to folks who want to learn more and to participate in the program, as well as talking to folks who really a
about inmigration enough and then sometimes when we have talked about the local hiring around construction, i wonder how do we make sure some that some of those folks from the community, who have been displaced or who are part of the outmigration, how can they access some of those jobs? so i think there are more conversations that we need to have around that sort of thing, but thank you for your comments. >> thank you. >> i think that my understanding is that this gentleman asked about the who is being excluded from the right to return legislation? i think the only households that i understand would be excluded would be those who have been evicted. so if you have not been evicted, i think then you could be considered for return to your homes. you know? that is my understanding. >> supervisor cohen. >> thank you very much. this is something that i forget to mention and i'm also a co-sponsor on this, too. as we are less than 90 days with the rebuild of hunters view. we have had zero displacement and we're getting ready within the next 80 plus days to welcome new families
of the local government decided a nationals playoff run, just too monumental to miss out on. we spoke with a couple of them during the game. >> we recessed the hearing, a number of requests from colleagues, people in the media, everywhere if we could recess the hearing and then reconvene at 5:00. so we've done that. >> i walked over here just to be here to get a little bit of the atmosphere and to be able to be here for the first game in washington since way before i was born. >> hey, you can't blame him, right? just to be clear council member jack evans did resume that hearing at around 5:00. >>> a former aide to mayor vincent gray was sentenced to 24 months probation and 200 hours of community service today. howard brooks avoided jail time after he admitted his role in the scandal surrounding the mayor's campaign. he's the man who made the direct payments to sulaimon brown, the other mayoral candidate who was also aiding mayor gray in winning the election. brooks faced up to six months under his plea deal, but his lawyers asked for probation and community service of the. >>> an upda
fox spent the day at a local university talking to students about this case looking at what the ruling could mean to them. >> my roommate is latina from mention coach the. >> reporter: coming to arlington's marymount was a culture shot for kirby markovich. >> i come from a very small town. come to marymount i file i've learned just as much from -- i feel i've learned just as much from my peers as very in class. >> reporter: another student from nicaragua. >> i did want to experience diversity on campus and see people from different cultures. i think affirmative action is good. >> reporter: she thinks her ethnicity may have helped her get into college, but she does not believe it was the only factor. marymount has a race blind admissions process meaning there's no race box to check, but chris domes, vice president of student development and enrollment, says they do actively recruit minority students. >> so we're going to schools that have large minority populations, hispanic and african american populations and we are constantly making sure that those groups of students are working t
and some cabs have as many as 8 -- some cars have as many as 8 air bags. you can call your local manufacturer or local dealership to find out if your vehicle model is actually one of the counterfeit air bags. all in an effort to keep you and your family safe. reporting live, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> it's a good chance you have not been outside yet but if you saw sherrie you could tell it's misty and foggy and in some spots rany. is that the -- rainy. is that the norm or will things clear out. >> we will start to clear out as we go throughout the day. tonight look like it. as we -- doesn't look like it. we are tracking a front that will slice through the area by this afternoon. it will be a dry front bringing a cool down heading into tomorrow. and we will have a secondary front on the way going into friday. but for right now, we are dealing with the mist you are talking about and patchy fog. we have clouds and the clouds will decrease going throughout the day. so i will call it a sun-cloud mix. do you need the heavy coat this morning? no necessarily because the temperatures
especially after the debate there was extra local attention on that debate. there was so much residual coverage of that in the local media here that president obama's performance and mitt romney's performance played an especially huge role. >> jennifer: you think because of the local coverage coupled with the national coverage you got really saturated? >> that's absolutely right. it wasn't just the national story, it was local radio and television, and there was a before and after on all of this. >> jennifer: there still is. we're still talking about it too. so tell us about the mood of the conservative -- i know you have a radio show where you have a lot of conservative listeners so i assume they are feeling their oats for mitt romney? feeling really good? >> here is what is worrisome, i sense that the enthusiasm is on romney's side. the organization is on the democratic side, but there is a lot of enthusiasm, not necessarily for mitt romney but for the idea that mitt romney can defeat president obama. i feel like there are a lot of conservative voters in this
. back to you. >> thank you. the big today -- a day local baseball fans have waited decades to see. at 1:00, the national take part in the first ever home playoff game. >> they are hoping to take the lead in the national league division series against the cardinals. dear dodd live from the part this morning. >> happ-- >> we are joined live from the park this morning biggert this is the first playoff game in dc in 79 years. i am = = with-- with all this excitement we have to talk merchandise. you look like a ballplayer. this is what we see on the field with the players. >> this is one of the great items. people see this on tv and say i have to have that. this has been a great item for us. >> the team has been a big seller for many years. how excited has it been? tell us how busy you had been. >> it has been a great year from the beginning. a great brand. since late september, it as been crazy. >> show us a little bit. we have some items on display. >> this is when they clinched the nl east division. this is one of the champions we have just done. this one has the roster on the back. lanya
was treated and released at a local hospital. union reps in school district officials worked late last night trying to hammer out a new labor contract both sides say there are labor contracts but they're still far apart on pay. the president of the chicago labor federation i should say jerry sandusky learned his fate, the former penn state coach is a still denying the accusations despite a harsh statement. sentence. temperatures take a double digit depp. [♪...] >> i've been training all year for the big race in chicago, but i can only afford one trip. and i just found out my best friend is getting married in l.a. there's no way i'm missing that. then i heard about hotwire and i realized i could actually afford both trips. see, when really nice hotels have unsold rooms, they use hotwire to fill them. so i got my four-star hotels for half-price! >> men: ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ ♪ ♪ >> announcer: save big on car rentals too, from $12.95 a day. fifth fastjerry sandusky convicted to life in prison today. >> he arrived at the courthouse clutching a folder in smiling briefly and he
interest deduction, the charitable deduction, the state and local property tax deduction. realized that as much as we want to make the code more efficient, these provisions were two essential to middle-class households. we have to abide by the same principle today. if we seek to protect the expenditures that are most essential to the middle-class, we still hope to reduce the deficit and we will need to find alternative revenue sources. this leads to the second principle of this new model for tax reform -- the tax rate for the highest earners should probably return to clinton-era levels and stay somewhere around there. this will come as heresy to some of those on the other side who not only wish to extend the current rate in the upcoming lame duck session but also about to cut rates even further in tax reform. these folks believe cutting the top rate as low as 25% is a necessary ingredient to spur an economic recovery. a congressional research service analysis released last month suggests otherwise. they are impartial and in a survey, the last 65 years of fiscal policy in america, t
? >> no, sir. we had been training local libyans -- >> i just want to know did you not say if that was presented to you, you would not accept it? >> he was -- >> did you or did you not say? >> yes, sir, i said that personally i would not support it. >> why is that? you knew about all these other attacks that had taken place. >> we had been training local libyans and arming them for almost a year. >> let me disrupt, the local libyan militia that was there knew there was going to be an attack on that compound so many of them left. they didn't want to be involved in the attack. so i don't understand why you would say that out of hand that you don't think those 16 troops should be there. >> sir with due respect they were in tripoli, not in benghazi and it would not have made any difference in benghazi. >> mr. nordstrom, do you care to comment on this? >> beginning in about january, february time frame, i had a number of conversations with lamb, with the regional director and also the desk officer for libya itself. and a lot of those discussions were specific to determining what
to a major bay area university. >> and local schools hoping to take a bite out of bullying by centering a new program around lunch breaks. >> there is live doppler 7 and i'll let you know who will see a possibility of showers coming up. >> and we know anything can happen on live tv. you're going to see this show went on after a host fainted on the job. the news continues in one minute. >>> an american fizzit who studied in uc berkeley is the co-winner of the nobel prize in says fizics. and will share a $1.2 million prize with a friend. the two indly developed method odds manage and control fragile quantum states. >> it's a bit over the top. and this is probably in some people's minds i'm probably a lot smarter than i really am. >> and the work could help scientists develop super fast quantum computer autos congratulations autos there are schools taking a different approach to stopping bullying there is four schools kicked off a no one eats alone campaign. there is the story. >> lunchtime can be lonely for some kids. >> and this is ip going to feel sad because i zront no one to sit with. >> it
to local fire departments. california was already hit with a two million dollar reduction in federal fire grants in 2010. the united states fire administration which helps local firefighters is also poised for a budget cut. >> they are limited dollars. locally they struggle with budgets at the federal level. >> reporter: oakland officials say their department is dealing with tough economic times and they say they will have to start looking for other sources of revenue if grants continue to dry up. >> now to the election coverage. romney has taken a slight lead over the president. according to polls, in the five- days after last week's debate 49% of likely voters say they support romney, 47% say they back obama. however, among all registered voters, the president still holds a three point lead over romney. >> the folks behind seasame street asking the obama campaign to stop running a new ad that features big bird. >> big bird, big bird. it's me. big bird. >> big, yellow. . >> reporter: the ad mocks his promise to end the payments to pbs painting big bird as the shady criminal mastermi
reference to a recorded statement that sandusky... that was released yesterday on a local radio station. the judge dismissed that as an unbelievable conspiracy theory. and he talked about the damage that this case has done to the... to individuals, the loss of innocence and to a loss of community. and that those factored into his thinking in crafting the sentence that he imposed. >> woodruff: and as he was saying this, what was sandusky doing? >> sandusky during... i mean, he was watching whoever was speaking. when the prosecutor was talking, he was sort of... i mean, i guess he was... it would be fairly described as a smirk. but when the young men were speaking, he was more of a smile. i mean, he was engaged butt one point when his own lawyer was talking he was chewing his fingernails. but besides that, i wouldn't say that he was, you know, giving a lot of emotion. there wasn't a lot to read there in terms of body language. >> woodruff: i read that the judge said that, as he was crafting the sentence, he kept in mind one of the victims in the shower who was seen by a janitor. do we kno
involving about 30 local law enforcement agencies and they will be testing out a couple of drones to see how they do in real life situations. or simulations i should say. they cost about $50,000 to $100,000 each. the sheriff says he has looked into a federal grant that promotes community policing to see if that could pay for it here in alameda county. >> interesting concept. thank you, stephanie. >>> horrifying. absolutely horrifying. an antioch crossing card, her child, a parent all injured today by a driver police say was speeding and weaving in and out of traffic. police say that driver plowed through the intersection near turner elementary school this morning. it hit a car and three people standing on the corner. the adults were severely injured. the child is expected to recover. the driver and passenger got out and ran. they're amazed that more people weren't hurt by this. >> i was walking to the light where the green thing is, and she saw me and she pushed the button and all of a sudden i hear and feel this right in front of my face. >> reporter: what did you see? >> the car hit them h
'll be called in to meet with local law enforcement and members of the community. they'll be offered resources to get out of the life of crime and warned if they continue on this violent path, they will face more serious charges and prison time. >> if we can see that shootings are reduced and homicides are reduced, that is a clear indication that it's working. >> reporter: their collaboration has led to some 90 arrests in the last several months. >> we can demonstrate that we mean business, that they are successfully arresting and charging criminals in oakland. >> reporter: councilman libby shaf says that will be an indication cease-fire has been a success this time around. >> it has worked successfully in several other cities. >> reporter: oakland police will not say when the meeting is scheduled, where it's taking place or who's been invited. it will take place this month, and police will begin tracking the progress of cease-fire almost immediately. >>> we are seeing rain out there right now. spotty showers down the peninsula. heavier rain moving through south san francisco. this is heading
into home interest mortgage deductions, unless you get rid of state and local taxes. that will hit the middle class hard. you have to be honest about this. the debate hurt obama and helped romney, and romney's gotten a bump in the polls, although it seems to be flattening out. you look at the new poll in ohio, the president is at 51%, romney is at 47%. i think the president, the fundamental structure of the race hasn't been changed, but if he doesn't go on the attack, if biden doesn't do a good job against ryan, and if the president doesn't show up and isn't strong in the second debate, then you're going to have a tossup race. >> well, i would disagree with your approach, first of all. i don't approach it that way. that's going back and relegating all the old arguments. in spirit what i would do, unlike shrumy, i would take the big issue that is separating the candidates, don't get into the little trench warfare about what's your tax plan and where were you on medicare two weeks ago. i would say where did you stand on saving the american auto industry? you had one position, i had a
in this. but he will be okay. he has been treated at a local hospital. residents that were evacuated are now allowed back in their homes. we are live in union city. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> thank you. >>> in richmond, right now firefighters are on the scene of a pallet fire. people reported seeing it from the eastshore freeway. firefighters expect it stay there for a fewer hours. they are still trying to determine a cause but we're told there were lightning strikes in the area about the time the fire began. chopper 5 is heading up to check it out. we are going to bring you those pictures shortly. >>> the san francisco board of supervisors siding with ross mirkarimi and gave the suspended sheriff his job back last night. cbs 5 reporter immaculate conception explains the shocking end to all the drama and i think a lot of folks surprised this morning i would imagine. >> reporter: a lot of stunned reaction still coming in this morning. last night, 7 of the 11 supervisors voted to remove ross mirkarimi from office, nine supervisors needed to do so for that to happen. he is going to come
not corrupt them. >> support gradually grew in state and local campaigns. >> leaders like ellen clark sgt come repeatedly stopping these meetings -- , repeatedly stopping these meetings as a politically active figure. doing everything they could to ground the campaign in domesticity. >> despite their efforts, the link made it tough whenever voters were in the big city. a specialist in francisco. >> the problem with san francisco is that women's suffrage as an idea was associated. >> susan b. anthony joined the provision party. a deadly idea in san francisco. liquor was the foundation of the economy. and >> anything that touched on the possibility of prohibition was greatly and popular. >> the first campaign was a great effort, but not a success. >> the war was not over. less than one decade later, a graphic protests brought new life to the movement. >> women's suffrage, the republican convention in oakland, this time it was the private sector response. 300 marched down the streets of the convention center. women were entitled to be here. >> joining together for another campaign. >> women opene
prevent attacks on u.s. troops in afghanistan from local police or service members if the goal to train them? >> well, first of all, i would not -- never stand here and say we can prevent it. there will be, again, this is an enemy tactic. infiltration, radicalization, influence. you know, this is a society that has suffered under conflict for 30-plus years where young men have often settled their grievances with a gun as opposed to a conversation. and so i can't prevent it. i mean, i just -- we've got to be honest about that. but what we can do is we can continue to work to mitigate that risk, and it's a complex issue. it gets at how do they come into the service, we call it vetting. and then it's while they're in the service, how do we, how do we partner with them to establish that level of trust that -- by the way, i mean, i think it's important to note, and the australians came to the same conclusion. it's often, one of the ways you can mitigate the risk is actually by becoming closer to them, not by walking away from them. you can't commute, i mean, this is just a fact, and i've don
with a local missouri reporter back in march. >> my test is simple. is the program so critical it's worth borrowing money from china to pay for it? on that basis you get rid of obama care. that's the sis one. there are others, planned parenthood, we'll get rid of that. >> okay. there he is, romney chose a vp, by the way, paul ryan, who co-sponsored a, quote, personhood bill. with congressman todd akin aboard. that personhood bill basically guarantees if not the criminalization of abortion, something xloes to it. the republican platform is out of date. it calls for a human life amendment to the constitution to, quote, make clear the 14th amendment's protections apply to unborn children. unborn children at the age of a couple seconds have the right to property. romney has a right to support a supreme court justice, here's what he wants. >> hope to appoint justices to the supreme court that will follow the law and the constitution and it would be my preference that they reverse roe v. wade, therefore they return to the people and their elected representatives the decisions with regards to th
cillessen, a local teacher. lisa and her husband jeremiah, the parents of three children, say they are even more pro-obama than four years ago. >> what changed for me was when i actually started working on the campaign and really, really started digging into some of the things that have been accomplished in the past four years. this is still the right leader for our country and we still need to keep moving this direction. >> ifill: jeremiah is a classic jeffco voter-- a registered republican who is crossing party lines to support mr. obama. but he also believes the president fell short in last week's debate. >> i think he really has to lock in on the undecided voters and that's first going to be one, particularly in this county. and i think there is an overwhelming number who after the first debate shifted a little bit. they're looking for somebody they can trust and somebody they can believe in. and in the first debate romney appeared to be that candidate. >> we have to get to these doors. this is the difference between winning and losing. >> ifill: both campaigns are stepping up their gam
-- this is becoming a national election. instead of dealing with these localized issues people are tuned in and very much aware of the stakes of this election, they are considering their choices carefully. right now it's helping romney. maybe it helps obama later. we've gone from a localized election to a very national election. alisyn: alisyn: edge of your seat time. thank you so much. keep it right here the vice presidental debate this thursday night. the one and only chance for the running mates to go to toe-to-toe. we'll have live coverage and analysis before and after. "america live" comes live from kentucky on thursday on friday. megyn kelly and bret baier will bring you the debate itself and analysis afterwards beginning at 8:55pm eastern time. set your alarms. new developments in the nation-wide meningitis outbreak. thousands may be affected, and some may not even know it yet. the race to find thousands of people who could be at risk. plus, after president obama signed the healthcare overhaul into law it's own supporters admitted they did not fully know what was in it. now businesses are fin
on mlb network. what do you do? lots of people finding other places like a local drinking establishment. for that returned to crystal city with more on how fans are reacting. >> do not worry, they have it here at crystal city sports club. like i was saying, we have northern virginia as well. there is that feeling that baseball is back in washington and for the first time in a long time we have playoff baseball here in the capital. >> this is the first time since the early 1930's. it was very exciting with the capitals having something to cheer about. >> we are hoping that this is another win. what are you hoping for out of today's game? >> something exciting. it has been a long time since we've had a reason to be excited about baseball. we have a lot of excited fans. without it, i do not know what happened. >> out here, i have to tell you that they have what they call a nattitude shooter. some of these fans coming in on their lunch break they can head down to the park. >> still on the clock? >> we expect you to behave throughout the rest of the show. it is getting better and better outs
line here is that not one of the agencies involved in this local or state will say anything specific about the level of supervision in this group home. state officials say there are, in fact, no hard and fast rules about what type of supervision for what type of clients. it is simply a judgment call between local health officials and the service provider at group homes like this one. neighbors don't like it. they feel unsafe. reporting live in clarkbsurg, scott broom, 9 news now. >> a complex issue, scott. thank you. >>> a deadly accident today at a parking garage under construction at a miami community college. one worker was killed, two others trapped in debris. one of them was rescued and searchers are still trying to get to the other. this is at miami-dade college and one eyewitness says the garage fell like a house of cards. there were no students in the area at the time. investigators are now trying to sort out the cause of the collapse. >>> five firefighters believed to be injured in a terrible fire in the los angeles area are going to be fine. flames came shooting from the ro
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